If you recently started playing Lineage 2: Revolution, you may find yourself looking for a guide on the game’s various dungeons. Right now, there are currently 8 different dungeon types available in Lineage 2: Revolution.
While the majority of dungeons available in Lineage 2: Revolution are quick, straightforward, and are designed to be played repeatedly, other dungeons can pose more of a challenge.
To help you out, we put together a quick guide on all 8 dungeon types available in Lineage 2: Revolution.
Lineage 2: Revolution - Guide to all Dungeons
First, it’s important to know how to access dungeons in Lineage 2: Revolution. To access dungeons in Lineage 2: Revolution, you’ll want to select the menu button, then click on the “dungeons” button. In doing so, you should be able to view a menu with all different dungeon types in Lineage 2: Revolution.
On this menu, you can tap on each different dungeon type to access different types of dungeons. Additionally, all dungeons will have their own physical location on the in-game map. As you level up and progress through the main questline in Lineage 2: Revolution, you’ll be able to unlock even more dungeon types.
So, what’s the difference between the various dungeon types in Lineage 2: Revolution? Let’s take a look!
Lineage 2: Revolution - Daily Dungeons
One of the simplest dungeons to complete in Lineage 2: Revolution are Daily Dungeons. In the game, Daily Dungeons are simple battles that last only a few minutes at max. These will be among the first dungeons that you unlock, and the ones you end up repeating the most. Each day, you’re given a single Access Ticket needed to run through the Daily Dungeon for free.
To complete a Daily Dungeon, tap on it and select your difficulty level. Note that each difficulty level yields different item rewards. Easy Mode yields 1 item reward, Normal Mode yields 2 item rewards, Hard Mode yields 3 item rewards, and Very Hard Mode yields 4 item rewards. In order to succeed in modes like Hard and Very Hard, you’ll want to have a high CP score in Lineage 2: Revolution.
This CP score is often between 125,000 to 250,000 total. To get your CP score to where it needs to be, try completing the easier Daily Dungeons first. It'll take a few days if you're only using your free Access Ticket, but it's definitely worth it. The monsters you face in Lineage 2: Revolution’s Daily Dungeons will change day to day, making it difficult to put together a set strategy.
To make your run count, try to avoid overestimating your skill level as you only get one free Access Ticket per day. The Daily Dungeon isn't as crucial as some of the other dungeons on this list, but it's nevertheless worth completing each day. One of the main reasons to regularly complete Daily Dungeons centers around the reward types that are dropped. These rewards often include Upgrade Stones and Enhance Scrolls which are crucial for upgrading your gear and weapons in Lineage 2: Revolution (and tackling harder dungeons).
Lineage 2: Revolution - Extraction Pit Dungeon
In Lineage 2: Revolution, the Extraction Pit Dungeon is available to players after they’ve completed quests 3-10 and after they’ve reached level 24. The Extraction Pit Dungeons are a little different when compared to other dungeon types. Instead of fighting monsters, Extraction Pit dungeons task players with extracting various herbs.
You can extract up to 20 herb plants for each of the 4 different color variations per day. Why would you want to run through the Extraction Pit Dungeons? Well, these herb plants are extremely useful for creating potions in Lineage 2: Revolution. The only downside to the Extraction Pit Dungeons are players that make it a priority to kill other players.
As such, we recommend knowing which plants you’re looking to extract before entering this particular dungeon type in addition to completing your run as quickly as possible. Essentially, don’t get too greedy and always watch your back when running through the Extraction Pit Dungeons in Lineage 2: Revolution.
Lineage 2: Revolution - Temple Guardian Dungeon
In Lineage 2: Revolution, the Temple Guardian Dungeons are available to players after they’ve completed quests 3-3. In the Temple Guardian Dungeon, players will have the ability to unlock some seriously powerful gear. Although, the level of said gear varies depending on the difficulty level chosen.
Each day, players will be able to enter the Temple Guardian Dungeon twice for free. Note that you’ll need to be in a party of at least 2 to run through the Temple Guardian Dungeon. The Temple Guardian Dungeon is relatively straightforward. Here, you’ll need to defend a Holy Artifact against waves of enemies until your time limit runs out.
Should you defeat more waves than the average group of players, you’ll be given better rewards. Team composition isn’t as important in the Temple Guardian Dungeon as it is in the Elite Dungeons. Instead, try and up the number of players you have in your party. The bigger your party, the easier it'll be to defeat waves of enemies in the Temple Guardian Dungeon.
Lineage 2: Revolution - Tower of Insolence Dungeon
In Lineage 2: Revolution, the Tower of Insolence Dungeon unlocks once you’ve successfully completed quests 1-9. Compared to other dungeon types in Lineage 2: Revolution, the Tower of Insolence Dungeon is somewhat long. This is because there are 60 total floors in the Tower of Insolence Dungeon that gradually increase in difficulty.
Each day, you’re given 3 free attempts at the Tower of Insolence Dungeon. You'll likely end up needing more than one attempt at the Tower of Insolence Dungeon, as you're given a set time limit to kill 5 different waves of enemies as well as a Boss. If you die, or run out of time, you’ll lose one of your attempts.
On your next attempt, you’ll want to hit the “Auto Complete” button to whisk yourself to the last floor you made it to. One recommended strategy for dealing with the Tower of Insolence Dungeon is to use just one ability for each wave of enemies rather than randomly spamming your abilities. That way, when the next wave hits, you'll have an ability that's immediately ready to use.
Using this strategy, you’ll be able to split your damage output and thus be better prepared for each subsequent wave (not to mention clearing everything within the time limit). With one floor out of the way, you can collect your rewards and proceed on to the next floor. If you find the following floor to be too difficult to complete, try running through a different dungeon or task to increase your CP before attempting the Tower of Insolence Dungeon again.
Alternatively, you can always attempt the Tower of Insolence Dungeon with a party of friends (or by using the “Party” button on the left side of your screen to matchmake with random players).
Lineage 2: Revolution - Elite Dungeon
In Lineage 2: Revolution, the Elite Dungeon is available to players after they’ve completed quests 2-4. Elite Dungeons are the hardest dungeons to complete in Lineage 2: Revolution, as they contain special “Elite” versions of the game’s standard monsters which boast higher stats along. Despite this, Elite Dungeons are certainly worth the challenge due to the loot they drop.
You’ll be able to revisit Elite Dungeons as often as you want, but you’ll only have 30 minutes of “HOT Time” each day which you should use carefully. During HOT Time, Elite Dungeon monsters will not only have a 4x item drop rate, but you’ll also have an 8x EXP gain rate. Due to the sheer difficulty of Elite Dungeons, you should run through them with a party rather than solo.
To successfully clear an Elite Dungeon, you’ll want to ensure your party coordinates enemy focus by targeting the same monsters. Additionally, team composition is extremely important. Be sure to have at least one Healer in your party, one Tank, and some DPS/AOE classes.The more well-rounded your party is, the better off you’ll be.
Lineage 2: Revolution - Summoning Circle Dungeon
In Lineage 2: Revolution, the Summoning Circle Dungeon is available to players who’ve completed the 6-6 main quest and have reached level 50. One reason to complete Summoning Circle Dungeons centers around Summoning Stones. Essentially, Summoning Circle Dungeons are fantastic ways to farm Summoning Stones.
The core gameplay of the Summoning Circle Dungeon is straightforward, and requires you to fight through enemies in order to undo the seal on a Holy Artifact. You’ll have to protect an NPC as they undo the seal, but overall, the Summoning Circle Dungeon is pretty simple.
Ideally, you should participate in Summoning Circle Dungeons with a large team as you’ll need high damage output to kill monsters and effectively protect the NPC. Team composition isn’t as crucial here. Instead, the more players you have, the easier it will be to complete the Summoning Circle Dungeon and receive your Summoning Stone rewards.
Lineage 2: Revolution - Adena Vault Dungeon
In Lineage 2: Revolution, the Adena Vault Dungeons are available to players after they’ve completed the 4-7 main quest. Adena Vault Dungeons are a great way for players to earn Adena. Unfortunately, Adena Vault Dungeons can be quite challenging as you're tasked with facing off against a difficult Boss with an extremely high health bar.
To complicate things even more, players are given a single Adena Vault Ticket per day, meaning you only have one chance to complete this dungeon each day. There are no level restrictions when it comes to running through the Adena Vault Dungeons. Instead, players will be rewarded based on how much HP the Boss has left after the player dies.
The less HP the Boss has, the more Adena the player will receive as a reward. As such, it helps to approach the Adena Vault Dungeons at a higher level (or with a party) to ensure a solid Adena reward. Furthermore, you can get even more Adena by opening the Adena Chests that spawn along the sides of the Adena Vault Dungeons.
Try to open as many Adena Chests as you can in addition to whittling down the Boss’s HP while running through the Adena Vault Dungeons in Lineage 2: Revolution.
Lineage 2: Revolution - Trials of Experience Dungeon
In Lineage 2: Revolution, the Trials of Experience Dungeons are available to players after they’ve completed quests 5-1 and have reached level 38. What’s nice about the Trials of Experience Dungeon is that it offers players a way to earn increased EXP. Prior to entering the Trials of Experience Dungeon, you’re given the option to set the dungeon’s difficulty at Easy, Normal, or Hard Mode.
Each difficulty setting will adjust the recommended CP along with the rewards you earn for completing the dungeon. The more monsters you defeat in the Trials of Experience Dungeons, the more EXP you’ll earn as a reward. The best ways to approach the Trials of Experience Dungeon is to come prepared, and pay close attention to the difficulty settings.
And there you have it, a look at all 8 dungeon types available in Lineage 2: Revolution. What is your favorite dungeon type to run through in the game? Let us know down in the comments below!
By reading through this guide, you should now know how to complete all 8 dungeon types available in Lineage 2: Revolution.